Digital Humanities Faculty Seed Grant Presentations
Friday, April 5
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Walsh Library – Learning Studio
The Teaching, Learning, and Technology Roundtable Best Practices Committee is pleased to announce the Digital Humanities Seed Grants Projects Showcase. Join us for presentations fromDigital Humanities Faculty Seed Grant recipients as they share the projects they’ve worked on over the past year. Digital technology is energizing many fields of study across the academy, especially when the digital also engages humanities skills, such as critical thinking, analysis, storytelling, and text production. The presentations will introduce a variety of tools and techniques that you can use for your own teaching and research.
Please pass this information onto your colleagues and encourage them to attend as well.
The Seed Grant recipients and their topics are as follows:
- Martha Carpentier, Arts & Sciences – Mapping Ulysses
- Gregory Glazov, Theology – Database of Scripture Citations in Jewish and Catholic Theological Responses during and after the Holocaust
- Gregory Iannarella, Arts & Sciences – Language Landscapes – First Year Writing
- Nalin Johri, School of Health and Medical Sciences – IHAD (ICPSR and Health Administration Datasets)
- Elizabeth McCrea, Stillman School of Business – Integrating Digital Humanities Tools into the Business Humanities Initiative
- Sung Shim, Stillman School of Business – Analyzing and visualizing the data from SAP ERP simulation games
In addition to the seed grant recipients Mary Balkun’s students will present on their projects.